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[texts]ERIC ED310974: Christopher Columbus: The Hero and the Historians. - ERIC
Social historians are taught that historical changes are caused by large social and economic forces, rather than great individuals; and so they study groups of people, broad economic movements, and underlying institutional structures that change slowly over time. But the general public demands information about the individual person told through historical narrative. Through this method, historians can still raise important and stimulating questions of broad significance...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Biographies; Chronicles; Economic Change; North American History; Primary Sources; Resource Materials; Social Change; Social History; Western Civilization
[texts]ERIC ED326461: Generations Past: A Selected List of Sources for Afro-American Genealogical Research. - ERIC
Genealogy is the study of the descent of a family from an ancestor or ancestors. This selected list of books in the collections of the Library of Congress was compiled primarily for researchers of Afro-American lineages. The bibliography includes guidebooks, bibliographies, genealogies, collective biographies, U.S. local histories, directories, and other works pertaining specifically to Afro-Americans...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; African History; Annotated Bibliographies; Black History; Black Studies; Blacks; Genealogy; Higher Education; Secondary Education
[texts]ERIC ED325424: Health and the Amish: A Bibliographical Review. - ERIC
The Amish, who came to North America from Europe in the 1700s and 1800s, and settled primarily in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, New York, and Ontario, Canada, have attracted much attention and interest, particularly in the area of health care. The purpose of this bibliography is to guide the investigator toward the principal sources that cover the area of health and the Amish. It is by no means comprehensive, but the attempt was made to completely cover 1980 to 1989...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Attrition (Research Studies); Birth Rate; Cancer; Genealogy; Genetics; Hypertension; Medical Research; Medicine; Mental Health; Physical Health; Population Trends; Psychiatry; Psychological Studies; Resource Materials
[texts]Revue historique nobiliaire et biographique; recueil de mémoires et documents - Bonneserre de Saint-Denis, [from old catalog] ed
PREMARC/SERLOC merged record
Keywords: bub_upload; Genealogy; Nobility
[texts]Almanach de Gotha
"Annuaire généalogique, diplomatique et statistique."
Keywords: bub_upload; Genealogy; Kings and rulers; Nobility; Diplomatic and consular service
[texts]75th annual alumni anniversary - Stafford High School (Stafford, Kan.). Alumni Association
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Keywords: Stafford High School (Stafford, Kan.); Stafford High School (Stafford, Kan.); High schools; High school graduates; Education
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[texts]Gothaischer genealogischer Hofkalender nebst diplomatisch-statistichem Jahrbuch
Description based on: 112. Jahrg. (1875)
Keywords: bub_upload; Genealogy; Diplomatic and consular service; Kings and rulers; Nobility
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[texts]ERIC ED338246: Guide to Manuscripts and Archives and the American Foreign Policy Center. - ERIC
This guide describes the holdings in the manuscript collections, the university archives, and the American Foreign Policy Center, all of which are located in Louisiana Tech University's Prescott Memorial Library. The guide is divided into three sections. The first section, "Manuscript Collections," presents descriptions of 197 collections of personal and family papers, business and corporate records, photographs, diaries, original manuscripts, and other similar materials...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Annotated Bibliographies; Archives; College Libraries; Genealogy; Higher Education; History; Information Sources; Library Collections; Library Materials; Manuscripts; Microforms; Primary Sources
[texts]Old paths and legends of New England : saunterings over historic roads, with glimpses of picturesque fields and old homesteads in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and New Hampshire - Abbott, Katharine M. (Katharine Mixer), b. 1865
"Published, September, 1903 ... Reprinted ... January, 1909"--T.p. verso
Keywords: Historic buildings; Historic sites
[texts]Patriot - Shields High School (Seymour, Ind.)
Cover title
Keywords: Shields High School (Seymour, Ind.); School yearbooks; High schools
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[texts]The patriot - Shields High School (Seymour, Ind.)
Includes advertising matter
Keywords: Shields High School (Seymour, Ind.); High schools; School yearbooks
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[texts]The patriot - Shields High School (Seymour, Ind.)
Cover title
Keywords: Shields High School (Seymour, Ind.); School yearbooks; High schools
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[texts]Fort Wayne, Indiana, city directory - R.L. Polk & Co. cn
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[texts]Maryland historical magazine - Browne, William Hand, 1828-1912
Editors: 1906-Dec. 1909, W. H. Browne; Mar. 1910- L. H. Dielman
[texts]The mirage - Lancaster High School (Lancaster, Ohio)
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 1 (June, 1910); title from caption
Keywords: Lancaster High School (Lancaster, Ohio); School yearbooks; High schools
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[texts]Collections of the New York Historical Society for the year .. (Volume Vol. 8) - New York Historical Society
Vols. 1-35: "Publication Fund series"; v. 36-: "The John Watts De Peyster Publication Fund series."
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[texts]The Newport historical magazine (Volume 1882-1883)
Title from cover
[texts]Annual report of the Woburn city government, for the year .. - Woburn (Mass.)
Report for 1862 includes tax list for 1861
Keywords: Public records; Municipal government
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[texts]Annual report of the Board of Education : together with the ... Annual report of the Commissioner of Public Schools of Rhode Island .. - Rhode Island. Board of Education
26th-46th Annual report of the Commissioner of Public Schools of Rhode Island
Keywords: Education
[texts]Annual report of the town officers of the Town of Williamsburg - Williamsburg (Mass. : Town)
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Keywords: Public records; Municipal government
[texts]Annual report of the Woburn city government, for the year .. (Volume 1845-1846) - Woburn (Mass.)
Report for 1862 includes tax list for 1861
Keywords: Public records; Municipal government
[texts]Annual report of the Woburn city government, for the year .. - Woburn (Mass.)
Report for 1862 includes tax list for 1861
Keywords: Public records; Municipal government
[texts]Annual report of the Woburn city government, for the year .. (Volume 1850-1851) - Woburn (Mass.)
Report for 1862 includes tax list for 1861
Keywords: Public records; Municipal government
[texts]Annual report of the town officers of the Town of Williamsburg (Volume 1945-1948) - Williamsburg (Mass. : Town)
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Keywords: Public records; Municipal government
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[texts]Annual reports of the selectmen ... of the town of Wilbraham - Wilbraham (Mass. : Town)
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Keywords: Municipal government; Public records
[texts]Annual reports of the selectmen ... of the town of Wilbraham - Wilbraham (Mass. : Town)
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Keywords: Municipal government; Public records
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[texts]Annual reports of the selectmen ... of the town of Wilbraham (Volume 1962-1963) - Wilbraham (Mass. : Town)
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Keywords: Municipal government; Public records
[texts]Annual report of town officers and committees of Whitman (Volume 1940-1944) - Whitman (Mass.)
South Abington changed its name to Whitman in 1886? 12th annual report for the year ending January 3d, 1887 gives town as Whitman (formerly South Abington)
Keywords: Public records; Municipal government
[texts]Annual report of town officers and committees of Whitman - Whitman (Mass.)
South Abington changed its name to Whitman in 1886? 12th annual report for the year ending January 3d, 1887 gives town as Whitman (formerly South Abington)
Keywords: Public records; Municipal government
[texts]Annual report of town officers and committees of Whitman - Whitman (Mass.)
South Abington changed its name to Whitman in 1886? 12th annual report for the year ending January 3d, 1887 gives town as Whitman (formerly South Abington)
Keywords: Public records; Municipal government
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[texts]Annual report of town officers and committees of Whitman (Volume 1895-1896) - Whitman (Mass.)
South Abington changed its name to Whitman in 1886? 12th annual report for the year ending January 3d, 1887 gives town as Whitman (formerly South Abington)
Keywords: Public records; Municipal government
[texts]Annual report of town officers and committees of Whitman (Volume 1900-1901) - Whitman (Mass.)
South Abington changed its name to Whitman in 1886? 12th annual report for the year ending January 3d, 1887 gives town as Whitman (formerly South Abington)
Keywords: Public records; Municipal government
[texts]Annual report of town officers and committees of Whitman (Volume 1904-1905) - Whitman (Mass.)
South Abington changed its name to Whitman in 1886? 12th annual report for the year ending January 3d, 1887 gives town as Whitman (formerly South Abington)
Keywords: Public records; Municipal government
[texts]Hanks family (Volume Hanks Family - Virginia Genealogy) - Lincoln Financial Foundation Collection
From the files of the Lincoln Financial Foundation Collection
Keywords: Lincoln, Nancy Hanks, 1784-1818; Hanks family
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[texts]The Last Universal Common Ancestor: emergence, constitution and genetic legacy of an elusive forerunner. (Volume 3) - Glansdorff, Nicolas
This article is from Biology Direct, volume 3.AbstractBackground: Since the reclassification of all life forms in three Domains (Archaea, Bacteria, Eukarya), the identity of their alleged forerunner (Last Universal Common Ancestor or LUCA) has been the subject of extensive controversies: progenote or already complex organism, prokaryote or protoeukaryote, thermophile or mesophile, product of a protracted progression from simple replicators to complex cells or born in the cradle of "catalytically...
[texts]Genealogisch-historisch-statistischer Almanach - Hassel, Georg, 1770-1829. ed
Editors: v. 1-6, 1824-29, G.Hassel. v. 6- 1829- Landes-Industrie-Comptoir
Keywords: bub_upload; Genealogy; Nobility; Statistics
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[texts]Fast "coalescent" simulation. (Volume 7) - Marjoram, Paul
This article is from BMC Genetics, volume 7.AbstractBackground: The amount of genome-wide molecular data is increasing rapidly, as is interest in developing methods appropriate for such data. There is a consequent increasing need for methods that are able to efficiently simulate such data. In this paper we implement the sequentially Markovian coalescent algorithm described by McVean and Cardin and present a further modification to that algorithm which slightly improves the closeness of the appro...
[texts]ERIC ED333608: Utilization of Genograms and Eco-Maps To Assess American Indian Families Who Have a Member with a Disability. (Making Visible the Invisible.) Training Curriculum. - ERIC
This training manual demonstrates the utilization of two family assessment tools with American Indian rehabilitation clients. The manual begins with an overview of general systems theory, family systems theory, and family assessment theory. The genogram is then defined as a type of family tree covering at least three generations, offering a map of a family's aspirations, patterns of behavior, roles, demographics, major life events, losses, births, abilities, disabilities, occupations, and commun...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; American Indians; Communication Skills; Diagrams; Disabilities; Evaluation Methods; Family History; Family Relationship; Family Structure; Genealogy; Interviews; Rehabilitation Programs; Systems Approach; Training
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[texts]Estimating genealogies from linked marker data: a Bayesian approach. (Volume 8) - Gasbarra, Dario
This article is from BMC Bioinformatics, volume 8.AbstractBackground: Answers to several fundamental questions in statistical genetics would ideally require knowledge of the ancestral pedigree and of the gene flow therein. A few examples of such questions are haplotype estimation, relatedness and relationship estimation, gene mapping by combining pedigree and linkage disequilibrium information, and estimation of population structure...
[texts]The prevalence of genome replacement in unisexual salamanders of the genus Ambystoma (Amphibia, Caudata) revealed by nuclear gene genealogy. (Volume 8) - Bi, Ke
This article is from BMC Evolutionary Biology, volume 8.AbstractBackground: Unisexual salamanders of the genus Ambystoma exemplify the most ancient lineage of unisexual vertebrates and demonstrate an extremely flexible reproductive system. Unisexual Ambystoma interact with and incorporate genomes from two to four sexual species (A. laterale, A. jeffersonianum,A. texanum, and A. tigrinum), to generate more than 20 genome compositions or biotypes...
[texts]Evidence of a chimeric genome in the cyanobacterial ancestor of plastids. (Volume 8) - Gross, Jeferson
This article is from BMC Evolutionary Biology, volume 8.AbstractBackground: Horizontal gene transfer (HGT) is a vexing fact of life for microbial phylogeneticists. Given the substantial rates of HGT observed in modern-day bacterial chromosomes, it is envisaged that ancient prokaryotic genomes must have been similarly chimeric. But where can one find an ancient prokaryotic genome that has maintained its ancestral condition to address this issue? An excellent candidate is the cyanobacterial endosy...
[texts]Do orthologous gene phylogenies really support tree-thinking? (Volume 5) - Bapteste, E
This article is from BMC Evolutionary Biology, volume 5.AbstractBackground: Since Darwin's Origin of Species, reconstructing the Tree of Life has been a goal of evolutionists, and tree-thinking has become a major concept of evolutionary biology. Practically, building the Tree of Life has proven to be tedious. Too few morphological characters are useful for conducting conclusive phylogenetic analyses at the highest taxonomic level...
[texts]Browsing Isolated Population Data. (Volume 6) - Mancosu, Gianmaria
This article is from BMC Bioinformatics, volume 6.AbstractBackground: In our studies of genetically isolated populations in a remote mountain area in the center of Sardinia (Italy), we found that 80–85% of the inhabitants of each village belong to a single huge pedigree with families strictly connected to each other through hundreds of loops. Moreover, intermarriages between villages join pedigrees of different villages through links that make family trees even more complicated...
[texts]A highly polymorphic insertion in the Y-chromosome amelogenin gene can be used for evolutionary biology, population genetics and sexing in Cetacea and Artiodactyla. (Volume 9) - Mace, Matthias
This article is from BMC Genetics, volume 9.AbstractBackground: The early radiation of the Cetartiodactyla is complex, and unambiguous molecular characters are needed to clarify the positions of hippotamuses, camels and pigs relative to the remaining taxa (Cetacea and Ruminantia). There is also a need for informative genealogic markers for Y-chromosome population genetics as well as a sexing method applicable to all species from this group...
[texts]eggNOG: automated construction and annotation of orthologous groups of genes. (Volume 36) - Jensen, Lars Juhl
This article is from Nucleic Acids Research, volume 36.AbstractThe identification of orthologous genes forms the basis for most comparative genomics studies. Existing approaches either lack functional annotation of the identified orthologous groups, hampering the interpretation of subsequent results, or are manually annotated and thus lag behind the rapid sequencing of new genomes. Here we present the eggNOG database (‘evolutionary genealogy of genes: Non-supervised Orthologous Groups’), whi...
[texts]Syndrome of arachnomelia in Simmental cattle. (Volume 4) - Buitkamp, Johannes
This article is from BMC Veterinary Research, volume 4.AbstractBackground: The syndrome of arachnomelia is an inherited malformation mainly of limbs, back and head in cattle. At present the arachnomelia syndrome has been well known mainly in Brown Swiss cattle. Nevertheless, the arachnomelia syndrome had been observed in the Hessian Simmental population during the decade 1964–1974. Recently, stillborn Simmental calves were observed having a morphology similar to the arachnomelia syndrome...
[texts]Broadly sampled multigene trees of eukaryotes. (Volume 8) - Yoon, Hwan Su
This article is from BMC Evolutionary Biology, volume 8.AbstractBackground: Our understanding of the eukaryotic tree of life and the tremendous diversity of microbial eukaryotes is in flux as additional genes and diverse taxa are sampled for molecular analyses. Despite instability in many analyses, there is an increasing trend to classify eukaryotic diversity into six major supergroups: the 'Amoebozoa', 'Chromalveolata', 'Excavata', 'Opisthokonta', 'Plantae', and 'Rhizaria'...
[texts]Core set approach to reduce uncertainty of gene trees. (Volume 6) - Okabayashi, Takahisa
This article is from BMC Evolutionary Biology, volume 6.AbstractBackground: A genealogy based on gene sequences within a species plays an essential role in the estimation of the character, structure, and evolutionary history of that species. Because intraspecific sequences are more closely related than interspecific ones, detailed information on the evolutionary process may be available by determining all the node sequences of trees and provide insight into functional constraints and adaptations...
[texts]Fine mapping - 19th century style. (Volume 6) - Molitor, John
This article is from BMC Genetics, volume 6.AbstractBackground: There is great interest in the use of computationally intensive methods for fine mapping of marker data. In this paper we develop methods based upon ideas originally proposed 100 years ago in the context of spatial clustering. Methods: We use spatial clustering of haplotypes as a low-dimensional surrogate for the unobserved genealogy underlying a set of genotype data...
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[texts]eggNOG v2.0: extending the evolutionary genealogy of genes with enhanced non-supervised orthologous groups, species and functional annotations. (Volume 38) - Muller, J.
This article is from Nucleic Acids Research, volume 38.AbstractThe identification of orthologous relationships forms the basis for most comparative genomics studies. Here, we present the second version of the eggNOG database, which contains orthologous groups (OGs) constructed through identification of reciprocal best BLAST matches and triangular linkage clustering. We applied this procedure to 630 complete genomes (529 bacteria, 46 archaea and 55 eukaryotes), which is a 2-fold increase relative...
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